Numerous record-holding Quarterback backs out after 18 remarkable seasons… See Details

History-making, head-turning awards-winning Quarterback is expected to make official announcement on his retirement Monday.

John Elway, General Manager Denver Broncos, is quoted to have said his team was lucky to have had the retiring player on their side. He praises Peyton Manning as a good football team and community member. Denver Broncos has been accomplished having him around.

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Manning’s career had to its credit 18 NFL seasons, five most-valuable-player awards, two Super Bowl titles and many records.

He moved to Denver Broncos from Indianapolis Colts in 2012, where he continued to build up his career. Four of his five MVPs he had while with the Colts, but had to leave for injury reasons in 2011.

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2015 saw a shaky Manning career and a bad field performance. He retires at 39 after leading Denver Broncos to four AFC West titles.